Friday, February 6, 2009

You are not going to believe what the Fed Ex man delivered to me today!

Look, look, look! Dreams do come true! I do believe in fairies, I do! Can you believe it? I have the best husband in the world...look what he surprised me with:


I'm so excited...I had no idea...he totally got me! I'm soooo lucky! (It is so beautiful, I don't want to mess it up!)

The kids say I should name her...what do you think her name is?

12 comments:

Melissa Henning said...

something green? lol

n3isme said...

what did the fedex man deliver to you today?

loveaphid said...

Hooray for the Fed-ex man!!

Melissa Henning said...

yaaay! what a great surprise!

loveaphid said...

I suggest Julia.

momstheword said...

Oh wow. Shoutout to the husband! I love my KitchenAid (it was my m-i-laws). How about Minerva?

Bunny said...

You are gonna be soooo happy with this Erin!! What a wonderful hubby you have!!

generationsgoneby said...

Steel Magnolia.

momstheword said...

So have you named her yet? Loved your comments on my post. So true. We aren't perfect and we just have to keep going forward in the Lord, but we still will have our moments.

Erin said...

Moms - glad you liked them, they are truly how I feel. Anyway, I haven't named her yet...Buttercup likes the diminutive of Minerva (Minnie), but I just saw Generations' suggestion of Steel Magnolia and that one is sure tempting. Superman thinks we're all odd and Valiant keeps coming up with technical names (like "Mixanne"). Julia (from loveaphid) goes with our naming protocol in the family...it is just so difficult (lol!). I may have to put the suggestions in a bowl and pick.

Darla~SassyHomemaker said...

Heavy. That's what I all mine. :P

Tricia said...

Congratulations on the newest addition to your family! She's beautiful! Steel Magnolia caught my eye also and would be a great name except for the fact that it doesn't roll off the tongue (and I'm sure you'll be addressing your little beauty quite often). So I suggest "Shelby," one of the main characters from that great movie. She was strong AND beautiful, truly a steel magnolia.